Where Les Ba’get Will Land in a Bigger, Brand-New Shopping Center Storefront Now That Its Montrose Home Has Closed

The glassy storefront shown on the far right in the photo at top — on Ella Blvd. just south of W. 34th St. — is where Vietnamese restaurant Les Ba’get plans to move in once construction on the new 33 1/3 @ Thirtyfourth shopping center is complete. The restaurant’s existing location on Montrose Blvd. closed down last Friday ahead of the planned move. In its new life inside the shopping center [which is — disclosure — a past Swamplot Sponsor], Les Ba’get will have double the space it did in its former 1717 Montrose location as well as 80 seats, according to Eater.

The new 2.5-acre development shown from the north in the aerial above has been in the works since last year on the site formerly shared between That Pizza Place on Ella, the Century Marking stamp company office, and an El Rey Taqueria. Les Ba’get’s spot is pictured on the right in that photo, at the end of the brick strip adjacent to Ella.

Here’s the site plan for the whole complex:


Photos: Swamplot inbox. Site plan: Gensler

Montrose Moveout

2 Comment

  • I’m happy for Le Ba’gets success, but by moving over to their new location and focusing primarily on noodle dishes I will not be able to get their Bagets which is why I loved the place. Plus it was right in the heart of Montrose. I really wish they weren’t leaving.

  • Les Ba’Get always had so many people at the Montrose location, with very few parking places. I am sure their kitchen was overwhelmed by their success. They chose a great location at 33 1/3 at 34Th street. That is a killer development.